University of Central Florida John Rig Plumlee (22) had a very busy day and showed off an unusual record.

According to USA Today on the 16th (local time), Plumlee experienced an amazing day by starting and playing in both college baseball and college football games on the same day.

Plumlee was named in the starting lineup as the 9th hitter in center field in a game against the University of Memphis held at John Juliano Park on the campus at 5:27 pm on the 14th.

From the first at-bat, the bat spewed fire. In the 3rd inning when the match was 0-0, Plumley scored 2 RBIs and 3 bases on 2nd and 3rd base to take the lead. It is also the final tie of the day.

Including the triple that beat the baseline, Plumlee played an active role with 2 hits, 2 RBIs and 1 run in 3 at-bats that day. The team also won 12-3 thanks to Plumlee’s performance.

However, Plumlee had to leave the field without seeing the team’s victory.

Because the ‘next game’ was waiting. 메이저놀이터

According to local media, Plumlee got out of the ground in the 7th inning when the team was winning 10-3. And the year he couldn’t even change his uniform, he got on a golf cart and moved to the FBC Mortgage Stadium to play in the game of the University of Central Florida football team UCF Knights starting at 7:30 p.m.

It took 7 minutes to move around the arena. After getting off the cart, Plumlee quickly changed his uniform and transformed into a ‘football player’ this time.

He played an active part with 230 passing yards, including two touchdown passes that rushed into the game.

According to the video timeline that Plumlee posted directly on his Twitter, his performance is even more amazing.

Plumlee hit a triple in a baseball game at 6:15 p.m., and his first touchdown in a football game was just over two hours later at 8:38 p.m.

Plumlee, who had an unforgettable day, made a playful request, saying, “Isn’t this a world record? No one has ever done it, so it must be a world record. Someone please record it.”

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